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The Observer's View:Brexit and The Future of Europe



Editorial Board / NYTimes: Saudi Arabia after Khashoggi



Liam Denning /Bloomberg: The suspense is killing OPEC



Paul Krugman / NYTimes: What the Hell Happened to Brazil? (Wonkish)



Carl Bildt / Washington Post: The end of an era in Europe



Brian Darling / Washington Times: A victory against socialism in Brazil




Roberta S. Jacobson/NYTimes: My year as a Trump Ambassador



The Editorial Board / NYTimes :
The world needs answers on Jamal Khashoggi



The Editorial Board / NYTimes : Russia's spies, foiled again



Peter Apps /Reuters:An imperfect U.N. is still the world's best hope


Roger Cohen/ NYT: Democracy will still surprise us



Kaieteur News:
The brilliant but troubling legacy of V.S. Naipaul



Pope Francis /NYT: Thou shalt not kill



Daniel R. DePetris /Newsweek: The tragic irony of Trump: He's his own enemy



Kaieteur News: The brilliant but troubling legacy of V.S. Naipaul



Pope Francis /NYT: Thou shalt not kill



Daniel R. DePetris /Newsweek: The tragic irony of Trump: He's his own enemy


Carrie Snyder/ The Globe & Mail :
Is history repeating in Nicaragua?



Howard LaFranchi / The Cristian Science Monitor:
How strong a Europe does US want? In Trump era, that's still the issue


Blooomberg View's: Mexicans Vote for Change


Bret Stephens/NYT: Will Mexico get its Donald?


OPEC Statement: OPEC 174th Meeting concludes


Olivia B. Waxman/Time: What it means to be a 'Good' Father in America has changed. Here's how


Ian Bremmer/Time:
5 reasons why right wing Senator Ivan Duque is likely to win Colombia's presidential election


The New York Times: Venezuela's sham election


Conor Friedersdorf: ‘Without personal honor there is no leadership' -Tillerson


Rhys Blakely: Trump gambles that sanctions will drag Iran back to the table

Clifford Krauss: 'Mexico First' campaign could end welcome for U.S. oil giants


Michael J. Boskin: The future of tech policy



The NYT: Macron, at the barricades, warns of rising nationalism in Europe


Robin Wright: Trump strikes Syria over chemical weapons


David Biller: Brazil's Highs and Lows


NYT Editorial Board: A cold war with Russia?


NYT Editorial Board: Yes, John Bolton really is that dangerous


Roger Cohen: In faint praise of Rex Tillerson


Ricardo Hausmann: How democracies are (re)born


Gustavo Coronel: My American Dream: A progress report


Brian Winter: The truth about Trump and Latin America



Hal Brands: Tillerson was sorta right about the Monroe Doctrine



Elisabeth Malkin: Tillerson in Latin America to soothe allies



Javier Blas: The dark side of America's rise to oil superpower



Julian Lee: Oil's rout is over, hail the return of $100 crude! maybe



Mary Anastasia O’Grady: The reinvention of Mexico’s López Obrador



John Light: 2018 is the year for protecting the planet



"Urbi et Orbi" Christmas Message and Blessing of Pope Francis


Shlomo Ben-Ami: The Jerusalem Question



Ross Douthat: A war Trump won




Julian Lee: Arctic: The bargain treat for big oil




John Hall: OPEC holds with Russia and the deal rolls on



C J Polychroniou: The future of the European Union in doubt



NYT Editorial: Saudi Arabia's special power over Donald Trump



Keyu Jin: What Does Xi Jinping Want?




Stanley Reed: Saudi Aramco's chief on future of oil





Mary Anastasia O'Grady: Venezuela's latest election fraud



Ian Johnson: Xi Jinping and China's New Era of Glory




Will Hutton: Catalonia: what happens next?



Bloomberg View's: How to get power to the people of Puerto Rico




Robin Mills: OPEC deal with Russia is showing signs of strain


David Fickling & Shelly Banjo: A spark for the electric car revolution



NYT Editorial Board: A devious threat to a nuclear deal



Liam Denning: Harvey makes landfall in Saudi Arabia

Lisa Abramowicz: It's hard to quit Venezuela




The Associated Press: Trump crisis & risk



U.S. Secretary of State: 'America first is not America alone'




Petroleumworld's View: Venezuela's coup




Gustavo Dudamel: A Better Way for Vene



Charlette Sosa: Venezuela "Popular Consultation"



Daniel Benveniste: Venezuela: Where have all the leftists gone?



Junno Arocho Esteves: Pope leads prayers for peace in Venezuela


Enrique Krauze: Stop Totalitarianism in Venezuela


Gustavo Coronel: Urgently needed: an Organization of Democratic American States, ODAS



Ramon Espinasa and Carlos G Sucre: LATAM: Don't wait for a miracle



Anthony E. Paul:Trinidad & Tobago 's oil &gas
fiscal regime - fiscal failings, fallacies and fixes

Nick Cunningham: Has Permian productivity peaked?



DER SPIEGEL: A danger to the world. Klaus Brinkbäumer: It's time to get rid of Donald Trump


James Carroll: A message from Pope Francis's
to Donald Trump


Jill Lepore: How impeachment
ended up in the U.S. Constitution


Jennifer McCoy: Negotiations are the key to Venezuela's future



The Guardian view on Venezuela: a country in pain NYT: Venezuela protests: A test for Maduro's regime



Oliver Stuenkel: Why Venezuela's Nicolás Maduro doesn't look finished quite yet



Bloomberg View's: Nicolas Maduro hasn't gotten the message



Max Fisher and Amanda Taub: How does populism turn authoritarian? Venezuela is a case in point


Erin McPike: Tru


The Post's View:Trump has a chance to
correct Obama's mistake on Venezuela


Former U.S. mexican ambassadors:
Treat Mexico as a strategic US partner


Raúl Gallegos: Venezuela's
deniable dictatorship



Raúl Gallegos: Guyana strikes oil

Ruth Marcus : Trump's erratic first week was among the most alarming in history

Jeremy Ashkenas: Rex Tillerson's maverick oil diplomacy


George F. Will: Obama's foreign policy was error after error


Pope Francis: “Urbi et Orbi”, December 2016


John Hall: The OPEC & Non-OPEC Agreement




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TT Guardian: Venezuela's Dragon deal can revive
TT's energy sector


John Hall: OPEC gets the deal,market to cut by 1.8 mbd!



Asahi Shimbun: OPEC deal fresh reminder of the need to find new energy sources


Carlos Eire: Adiós,Big Brother



NYT's Editorial: Keeping the drillers from sacred grounds



Roger Lowenstein: The ‘Devil's Excrement'



NYT's Editorial: A dangerous standoff
in Venezuela

Julian Lee: All hail Saudi Arabia's oil victory


Julian Lee:Russia's OPEC bear hug probably won't last


Julian Lee: OPEC's miracle might just be a mirage


Clyde Russell: OPEC's planned oil output cut means hard work to execute

NYT Editorial: Hillary Clinton for president

OBG: Oil majors are eyeing up Mexico's next oil auction



Samuel Chi: Rio Olympics winners and losers


NYT Editorial Board: How can America recover from Donald Trump?


Ioan Grillo:Venezuela is dying



Michael Arnovitz: Thinking about Hillary— A plea for reason


The Post's View: Theconventions are done, and it's clear what is at stake in this year's election


Mary A. O'Grady: Who will stop Venezuela's slow self-coup?


New YorkTimes:Neighbors stand up to Venezuela


Kevin Ramnarine:The Manning Legacy in Energy

Gary Shilling: Oil is still heading to $10 a barrel ?


The New York Times: Standing up for democracy in Venezuela

The Economist: The Venezuela test

Panos Mourdoukoutas: Saudi Arabia hikes oil prices, will Iran follow?

The 169th. Meeting of the OPEC Conference Vienna,2nd. June, 2016 John Hall: OPEC is resolute –policy is working,no change!

Julian Lee: OPEC's conclaveof bluster and inertia


Noah Smith: A socialistrevolution can ruin a country


Moises Naim: Venezuela: A dictatorship masquerading
as a democracy


Bloomberg View's: Venezuela's military needs to get out
of business


Kevin Allison:ExxonMobil reaches bottom of the oil barrel


Edward Chancellor: Oil prices don't need a Doha to rise


Leonid Bershidsky: Putin's Panama Papers


Thee Dialogue:The Tumultuous Road to Rio 2016:

Countdown Amid Crisis

Julian Lee: Saudi oil gambit moves to phase two

Kevin Ramnarine:TT: To subsidize or not to subsidize

Arthur Browne: Obama thinks America could learn a few things' about human rights from Cuba

Miami Herald: Obama's message to
people of Cuba

Julian Lee: The reason behind oil's
sudden jump

Bloomberg View's: Brazil's Petrobras probe takes another twist

Andrew Willis: Will Colombia's comunist guerrillas become the new mafia?

PW Editor: Venezuela
Deltana-T&T Manatee/Lorean at last ?

The Washington Post View's: Venezuela's implosion

Josh Cohen: Is it time for the United States to dump
Saudi Arabia?

Lorne Stockman: Exxon's energy outlook PR stunt


John Kemp: Saudi Arabia's dwindling oil revenues

Daniel Twining: The 10 geopolitical risks to watch
in 2016

Phil Gunson: Venezuela: The light at the end of the tunnel?Anatole Kaletsky: Why big oil should kill itself Fiona Maharg-Bravo: Gas will go to the top of the energy agenda

Bloomberg View's:
Kick OPEC while it's down

WSJ: Hope at last in Venezuela

John Hall: OPEC defies the competition, but only just!



Alexandra Ulmer: 'Party of Chavez' struggles before election

Robert J. Samuelson: The war against Exxon Mobil

The Washington Post's View: Facing evil in Paris and beyond

Bill McKibben:The Keystone XL pipeline defeat is one goal in the game, and we're way behind

Andy Critchlow: Shell-BG LNG move from blessing to curse

Fausta Wertz: US investigates PDVSA, we get two Capt. Louis Renault moments

Alexis Arthur: Can the Panama Canal fulfill its global LNG promise?

Gaurav Sharma: Mexico's oil and gas licensing 'Round One' finally picks up pace

Jeremy M. Martin & Juan C. Zepeda: Moving Mexico industry foward


Pope Francis addresses US Congress -video

Nick Snow : Political instability, debt handicap Venezuela oil

The Washington Post : A Venezuelan opposition leader's absurd sentence

Kristian Coates Ulrichsen: How resilient is Saudi Arabia to a prolonged oil price slump?J

John Lloyd: Why $40 oil is killing Iraq, Venezuela and others, but not Russia

Bloomberg: If Venezuela implodes, will its neighbors be ready?

Bloomberg: Our Man in Havana


IAmericas: Webinar Mexico Round One whats next

Maureen Dowd: Trump the disrupter

Latin America Energy Advisor : Q & A :Will Guyana's Oil find transform its energy sector?

Tom Randall: The oil crash could be the worst in more than 45 years

Jeremy Martin and Alexis Arthur: Why Mexico's historic Round One Oil Bidding wasn't a complete flop

Fiona Maharg-Bravo: Oil is grounded in a sub-$60 bear market

IOA: Energy and Dilma’s US Visit – Out of Crisis, Opportunity


Leonard Brecken: EIA oil numbers are very suspect

Daniel Lansberg-Rodríguez: An oil strike in no man's land

Bloomberg View: Pope Francis's call
for climate action

U.S. Congress Small Business Comitte “Crude Intentions: The Untold Story of the Ban,
the Oil Industry, and America's Small Businesses”

Dimitra DeFotis:Venezuela GDP shrinking at +4% pace, Goldman says

John Hall: The OPEC Seminar 2015 & The 167th. Meeting of the OPEC Conference Vienna, Austria, 3rd to 5th. June, 2015

IOA: Interview with Duncan Wood Director, Mexico Institute, Woodrow Wilson International
Center for Scholars

John Manfreda: The evolution of the oil weapon

IOA: Oil price volatility and energy security questions dominate La Jolla Conference


David Renwick : TT'S Ramnarine - hard act to follow

Jack Devine: What really happened in Chile

Todd Peterson: notes on CERAWeek 2015

Alexis Arthur : Colombia could host the next Latin American offshore boom

Michael McDonald: Oil price war may benefit both US shale and Saudi Arabia

Jeffrey D. Sachs: ExxonMobil's dangerous business strategy

Cynthia J. Arnson: Will the U.S. botch its chances at the Summit of the Americas?

Maria Perez Arguello: Recap: Caribbean Energy Security Summit

Bill Browder: Putin's days may be numbered

Bloomberg View's: Obama's wake-up call to Venezuela's neighbors


David Brodwin: Who benefits most from plunging oil prices?

The Wall Street Journal: Keystone XL copout

Andrea Heisinger: Mexico's energy reforms on track

The New York Times : Conspiracy claims in Venezuela

Gary Shilling: Get ready for $10 oil

Lynn Doan & Dan Murtaugh: New hot traders are watching is 71 years old rig coun

Scott Nyquist : A cheat sheet on lower oil prices

Tom Randall: Outlook - oil will crash. Unless prices surge

Nick Cunningham: U.S. pushes energy exports to undermine Venezuela's Petrocaribe

Daniel Yergin: Who will rule the oil market?


Colin Chilcoat: Obama pledges cleaner future in state of the union

Francisco Monaldi: When oil prices crash it's not pretty for producers

The Daily Star: No act of faith

Jackson Diehl: Obama is overlooking deep trouble in Venezuela

Jeremy M. Martin & Alexis Arthur: It's time to lift the crude oil export banThe Calgary Herald: Taking steps towards a Cuba Libre

Mohamad Bazzi: Saudi Arabia is playing chicken with its oil

Roberto Saviano: An unexpected place for lessons to fight Mexico's mafia: Italy





Nawaf Obaid: Determinants of a new Saudi oil policy

John Hall: The 166 th. Meeting of the OPEC Conference Vienna, Austria, 27 th . November, 2014

Mary Anastacia O'Grady: The Iran-Cuba-Venezuela Nexus

Andres Schipani: Venezuela: to act or not to act, that is the question

The Latin American Energy Advisor: The Petrocaribe question

Girish Gupta: Could low oil prices end Venezuela's revolution?

David Jessop : Falling oil prices, PetroCaribe and the Caribbean

Stephanie Rogan : How Big Oil could grease invisible hand

Gwynne Dyer: How far will oil prices collapse and for how long?

Thomas L. Friedman: A pump war?

Moshiri, Monaldi, Kerner: Politics and foreign investment in Latin America: A look at Venezuela and Argentina

Joseph E. Stiglitz, Martin Guzman: Bonds: Debeaking the Vultures


Raul Gallegos : Review: The law of the jungle

Zachary Laub and Jonathan Masters: Islamic State in Iraq and Syria

Mac Margolis: Colombia does Venezuela's dirty work

Ricardo Hausmann & Miguel Angel Santos : Should Venezuela Default?

Andres Oppenheimer: Obama's plan to counter Venezuela's oil clout


Bloomberg View's : The case for sanctioning Venezuela

Carlos Bellorin : Mexico Energy Reform "Secondary Laws" Approved by the Congress

Gustavo Coronel: Ukrainian-Russian tensions: A major risk for European energy security

Nicholas Cunningham: Could gang violence end Mexico's shale dream?

Stephen Schork: Should the U.S. export crude oil?

Oliver Wack and Jorge Godoy:Ronda Colombia 2014


Ruth Marcus : A cautious Obama misreads history

John Hall/Alfa Energy: The 165th. meeting of the OPEC Conference Vienna, Austria, 11th. June, 2014

Gustavo Coronel : At war with PDVSA corruption: "Tennis anyone?"

Gustavo Coronel : Why I no longer like Obama


Raul Gallegos : Venezuela's oil and debt gamble

The New York Times : The right lessons from Chernobyl

Raul Gallegos: Brazil's CEOs have nothing to hide

David Rohde and Arshad Mohammed: How the U.S. made its Putin problem worse


Raul Gallegos: Can Brazil's oil giant Petrobras be saved?

David Paulin: In Caracas, students shame OAS with peaceful protest

Leopoldo López: Venezuela’s failing state

Gustavo Coronel : Venezuela's Maduro: illegitimate in origin,
illegitimate in exercise

Gustavo Coronel : PDVSA:Appoaching the unthinkable

Todd Peterson: Energy and the new global competition
at CERAWeek

Steven Donziger guilty of racketeering in ChevronTexaco
vs Ecuador

Moises Naim : Venezuela's tragedy








Raul Gallegos : Five crazy steps to winning a venezuelan election

Raul Gallegos : Brazil stumbles through a vital oil auction

Gustavo Coronel : PW with big leaguers of The U.S. Energy Security Council

Gustavo Coronel : Correa and oil

VenEconomy: Venezuelan authorities dance to the rhythm of Narcs

Setty' Notebook : Who protects reputation for the Bolibourgeoisie?

Raul Gallegos: 75 years later, is Mexico ready for energy reform?

Gustavo Coronel : Venezuela’s energy equation: present and outlook

: Mexico's obsolete oil nationalism

VenEconomy: Parallel tracks against corruption in Venezuela

Oliver L Campbell: The reason behind PDVSA's arm twisting

The Washington Post :A ‘hard hand’ in Venezuela

VenEconomy: Is Venezuela out of control?

Oliver L Campbell : Climate Change

Washington Post: Nicolas Maduro shoves aside democracy in Venezuela

VenEconomy : Game changer

Pedro M. Burelli: Venezuelaelections: Candidates' gap narrowing dramatically

Oliver L Campbell :
Three mistakes that PDVSA should rectify

Anthony T. Bryan : Will Petrocaribe survive ?

Pedro Mario Burelli : Venezuela to probe Chavez cancer poisoning accusation

Gustavo Coronel : Jimmy Carter’s statement on Hugo Chavez

Pedro Mario Burelli : Hugo Chávez is dead, "Here be dragons"

Chavez : 1954 - 2013

Oliver L Campbell : ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell and BP Year 2012 Financial Results (Unaudited)

Raul Gallegos : Venezuela: false hope, investors may exit

David Rothkopf: President Hillary Clinton? If she wants it

Francisco Monaldi: The economic reality facing Nicolás Maduro

Matt Smith : Venezuela, oil and Chavez: a tangled tale

Gustavo Coronel : Chevron Ecuador Saga

Miguel Octavio: Venezuela: possible scenarios for the country going forward

Margaret Carlson: Hillary Clinton’s latest farewell tour



Robert Campbell: US won't eclipse Saudis without free crude trade-Campbell

Emily Miller:   Romney beats Obama… on the economy

Al Hunt: Bill Clinton is already a sure election-day winner

Gustavo Coronel : Venezuela 2012: mediocrity and fear are the signs of the times

VenEconomy: The vote was for Venezuela

Gustavo Coronel : Venezuela :The road less traveled

Benedict Mander : PDVSA: bad luck or bad management?

Maria Gabriela Madrid : An open wound

Robert Campbell : Why Atlantic basin oil refiners won't boost output

Diego J. González Cruz :  The safety situation inside PDVSA 

The Washington Post :Venezuela  on fire

Tim Padgett :  Venezuela's PDVSA  refinery explosion:  will it affect Chávez's re-election  chances?

Robert Campbell :  PDVSA Amuay,  Isaac ambush  complacent oil market

Oliver L Campbell : Brazil loses attraction for foreign oil companies

Robert Campbell : Tesoro doubles  down on tricky  Calif. oil market

Robert Campbell :  Petrobras cash burn  shows "Pemexification"  at work

Oliver L Campbell : A bolt from  the blue at the 2012 olympics

Robert Campbell : Petrobras cash burn shows "Pemexification"  at work

Robert Campbell : Oil market balance  emboldens Iran's opponents

Gustavo Coronel:  The Aban Pearl, the proof

Robert Campbell : How Brent's  narrow basis fueled the oil rally

Robert Campbell : Petrobras admitseverything broken but the model

Oliver L Campbell  : PDVSA is  not bankrupt but short of funds

Oliver L Campbell :  Shale gas production

Raul Gallegos :  A post-Chavez Venezuela  is no  investment bonanza

Oliver L Campbell :  Accumulated Losses of PEMEX

Oliver L Campbell : Mexico: the price of nationalism

The Post's View :  Chavez's mysterious  ailment fuels a run  on Venezuelan stocks

Oliver L Campbell : Financial Results  ExxonMobil, Royal  Dutch Shell and BP

VenEconomy :  Crude gaps

Robert Campbell : YPF grab  won't fix Argentina's energy woes

Pedro M. Burelli : On "The Pope’s historic visit to Cuba

"Ken Blackwell :Brazil's attack on Chevron is a dangerous error

VenEconomy : PDVSA: Blacker,  impossible!

The Barrel :Those who observed it talk about the  trends at CERAWeek

VenEconomy : PDVSA- A murky deal that raises some questions

NYT : Iran,Israel and the United States

Palash R. Ghosh/IBTimes : Venezuela awash in oil, but riddled with corruption, inefficiency - Federico Barriga -The Economist

Intelligence Unit
Gustavo Coronel: PDVSA : Proved oil and gas reserves, redefined

VenEconomy: The footprints being left by PDVSA's oil spill disaster

PW: FT's question PDVSA's ability to delive

Andrew MacKillop :Where is $130 Oil?

Veneconomy: The worst of three worlds

David Roberts : Keystone XL's organizing principle

Joe Oliver : Canada: A global energy superpower

VenEconomy: PDVSA's parade continues

Oliver L Campbell : Arbitration Award Mobil versus PDVSA (II)

Noel Maurer : Old evil vendepatria PDVSA saves new socialist PDVSA!

Petroleumworld: The Devil's Excrement on ExxonMobil vs PDVSA's arbitration

Oliver L Campbell : Arbitration award to ExxonMobil

Ashim Midha : 2012: Iran and the oil markets

Oliver L Campbell : PDVSA'S financial results for Jan/Jun 2011




Gustavo Coronel : PDVSA Ponzi scheme & financial collapse

Gustavo Coronel : Fishy Fitch...

Oliver L Campbell : A Tribute to Edmundo Ros and Baruj Benacerraf

VenEconomy: The chaos is there for all to see

Gustavo Coronel: Hugo Chavez: The Venezuelan anti-Midas



Oliver L Campbell : Brazilian oil assets: reorientation or offloading?

Pedro M. Burelli : Hugo Chávez. Life expectancy: two years

Gustavo Coronel: Venezuela's Chavez a chinese puppet in Latam?

John C.K. Daly : Oil diplomacy to the rescue?

Robert Campbell : The strange case of Pemex and Repsol

VenEconomy : Readings on the Venezuela's election calendar

Scott Sullivan : "US-Terrorism Detente"

Scott Sullivan : Disconcerting Cheney

Scott Sullivan : Obama should rescue Gadaff

Scott Sullivan : How to save Libya

Gustavo Coronel : PDVSA keeps losing systematically

Scott Sullivan : President Obama:Confront Pakistan


Peter C Glover : Iran's army chief: next OPEC president?

Scott Sullivan : Obama and the Tea Party --a great leap forward!

Oliver L Campbell : PDVSA'S Financial Results for 2010

Scott Sullivan : Bush-Clinton negotiations on debt/last sentence


PW : Norway's love Oliver L Campbell : PDVSA'S results for 2010 still not published

The Economist : If Hugo goes

Bloomberg View: Obama Shows that ignoring a Chavez- like dictator is best

Tim Padgett/TIME:With Hugo Chávez hospitalized,
Venezuela frets about the future

Scott Sulivan: Obama's five steps to global security


Gustavo Coronel: PDVSA Board of directors should be criminally prosecuted

Liz Harper : Time to talk about Venezuela

W. F. Shughart : Obama's schizo energy policy

Scott Sulllivan: Obama can co-opt al-Qaeda

VenEconomy : On the brink of an abyss

Scott Sulllivan: Leon Panetta and the Teamsters

Gustavo Coronel: Venezuela's latest half-billion dollar scandal


PW : Canada vs Venezuela

Scott Sulllivan: Obama needs Abraham Lincoln Brigade

VenEconomy: The yardstick of destruction

Diego Arria: Makled must be tried in the United States

Diego Arria: A letter to Juan M. Santos over drug criminal Walid Makled

Scott Sullivan : Sudan no-fly Zone?

Veneconomy : PDVSA 2010 financial report:

Travels through a desolate fantasy land


Diego Arria: A letter to Juan M. Santos over drug criminal Walid Makled

Scott Sullivan : Sudan no-fly Zone?

Veneconomy : PDVSA 2010 financial report: Travels through a
desolate fantasy land

Dominique Moisi : Sazkozy goes to war

The Washington Times : \Obama's illegal war

NYT: Early questions after Japan

Nicolas Pelham : The Battle for Libya

Andrew McKillop : Oil prices and the japanese disaster: the herd got it wrong

Otto J. Reich : Qaddafi, Chávez, & Co.

Scott Sullivan: Will NeoCons partition Libya?

The Washington Times: Obama's Gadhafi waffle

The Washington Times: Obama's Gadhafi waffle

VenEconomy: Lies, damn lies and statistics

PW: Chávez backs Gaddafi ?

Josh Shahryar: Chavez caught red-handed sending gasoline to Iran

VenEconomy : Becoming more mature?

VenEconomy : Prophecies or lies?

Scott Sullivan : China and Colombia vs. Chavez

Gustavo Coronel : The Venezuelan state of the nation in February 2011

VenEconomy : PDVSA unbelievable borrowing!


The Egyptians and the Americans

Gustavo Coronel : Challenging Oliver Campbell on Venezuela's oil reserves

Scott Sullivan : Does Haiti need the Khmer Rouge?

Gustavo Coronel : Venezuelan liars

Scott Sullivan : Loughner is an anti-war leftist

Oliver L Campbell : The Bandagro bonds saga

PW: Venezuela's oil reserves

VenEconomy : Breaking its own record of incompetence

Scott Sullivan : Obama must drop Holbrooke's Pakistan plan in Veracruz


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